Gritty KCB bounce back to winning ways in the NSL to overtake Ushuru FC

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Western Stima are leading the park with 67 points, six more than second placed Nairobi Stima, who lost their tie against GFE 105

KCB started the post John Kamau-era with a high note after downing Kisumu All Stars 2-1 in a National Super League match played on Monday.

The team had fallen against leaders Western Stima 2-1, a result that sealed Kamau's fate, and they had to bounce back in order to stay in the title race. The Elvis Ayany led side managed to register the same score line and leap Ushuru to the third position.

Western Stima are leading the park with 67 points, six more than second placed Nairobi Stima, who lost their match against GFE 105 by the same score line. The taxmen, who drew one all with Migori Youth, are now fourth with fifty-nine points, one less than third placed KCB.

Migori Youth are 17th on the log with twenty-three points, three more than Nakuru All Stars and GFE 105, who occupy the last two positions respectively.

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